In 2010, City Honors School completed a $43 million dollar restoration and expansion of our historic Fosdick-Masten Park building and campus. Our reconstructed school building now boasts extraordinary architecture features which led to its placement on the National Register of Historic Places as well state-of-the-art instructional, athletics and arts spaces. Just a few features of our school building are:
- Expansive new science center
- Eight lane competitive swimming and diving pool seating up to 450 spectators.
- Arts corridor that includes large band, orchestra and vocal music studios as well as three visual art studios.
- Gymnasium that seats 800
- Strength and fitness center
- New school cafeteria/atrium
- Six computer labs
- New school library
- Special area for Grade 5/6 classrooms which includes its own science center
- Majestic school auditorium seating 1,200
- New counseling and guidance suite
- Large Group Instruction (LGI) room and Hilltop Museum
- Generously sized classrooms
- School Bookstore
- Interactive whiteboards in all classrooms
- Learning spaces tailored to the STARS program (Students with Autism Rising to Success)
For a history of our building and detailed description of all the features of our new building, please click on our Self-Guided Tour Sheet.
For additional specifications of the reconstruction, please see the Reconstruction Summary Profile.